A Weibo blogger @WHYLAB discovered that the upcoming VIVO X Note had already appeared in the VIVO Mall. The phone is positioned as a business flagship model and is expected to be released next month.
The VIVO X Note is going to be the new flagship coming our way from VIVO. In fact, it will be the next phone in the renamed NEX series. We mean the much-talked VIVO NEX 5 will be called the VIVO X Note. In this sense, the new phone will inherit not only VIVO NEX’s reputation but also will receive all those goodies from the so-called Note line models. As you know, Note line handsets come with large-size screens. But when looking at the latest renders and images, we can see that it is not a genuine full-screen smartphone anymore. Just take a look at the waterdrop notch on the front. So we can state that the NEX series is fairly renamed to the X Note series.
In terms of design, the manufacturer has decided to make major changes. So the upcoming handset will look a bit different in comparison to other NEX line models. Honestly, everything in this leak is consistent with the previous leaks. On the back, the VIVO X Note carries a circular lens module in a matrix box design. The camera setup includes a combination of 50MP+48MP+12MP+8MP. Thus, we are talking about a quad-camera system.
For the sensors, the 50MP sensor uses the Samsung S5KGN1 CMOS. The 48MP sensor will use the Sony IMX598 CMOS, while the 12MP one is the Sony IMX663 sensor and the 8MP module is the OV08A10 CMOS. It will also support OIS (optical image stabilization).
In terms of core configuration, the VIVO X Note is going to come with a Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor and will have two memory versions, 12+512GB and 12+256GB.
The forthcoming machine adopts a 7-inch 2K E5 large screen, which supports a 120Hz high refresh rate. Other than that, our protagonist will carry a 3D ultrasonic wide-area fingerprint scanner.
Also, there is a built-in 5000mAh battery that will support an 80W fast charging. Though this is not a 120W super-fast charging found on many other models, it still can meet the needs of heavy users.